RACES: No Salomon Statue

School book histories of the American Revolution lay great stress upon such striking items as the sparks struck out by Paul Revere's horse or the Bunker Hill order about not firing until the whites of the enemy's eyes were visible. Financial affairs, being less emotional, are less noticed, but still there is usually some mention of Robert Morris, who is described as having lent large sums of money to the Continental Government and later spending many years in a debtor's jail. Last week in Manhattan the Morris...

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